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You can read more about Google's censorship here.
Google has been censoring this site for nearly 7 years. And lying about it. Read more about Google's censorship here.

Definition of big rig

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Other terms relating to 'car, motorcycle, or other vehicle':

Definitions include: a person who hypermiles.
Definitions include: a police officer.
Definitions include: shoes or sneakers.
Definitions include: when someone "loans" their car to another in exchange for crack-cocaine.
Definitions include: a decrepit automobile.
Definitions include: any sport motorcycle or replica of a race motorcycle, usually Japanese in origin.
Definitions include: the Volkswagen Type 2 camper van.
Definitions include: "mountain bike".
Definitions include: when someone "loans" their car to another in exchange for crack-cocaine.
Definitions include: a car used by a gang.
Definitions include: a Mercedes-Benz brand automobile.
Definitions include: a low rider car which is noted for its "thuggish" looks.
Definitions include: a motor vehicle in which one shags - i.e. has sex.
Definitions include: a decrepit automobile.
Definitions include: an automobile.

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Other terms relating to 'big':

Definitions include: acronym for "big black cock".
Definitions include: acronym for "big black dick".
Definitions include: acronym for "big beautiful woman".
Definitions include: acronym of "big fucking deal."
Definitions include: mature.
Definitions include: a man who is big, dumb and macho but generally harmless and nice.
Definitions include: New York City.
Definitions include: to move into a group and try to take over; to throw one's weight around; to play the role of "main man" by bullying others.
Definitions include: a big time big money crack dealer.
Definitions include: outdoors, during the day.
Definitions include: euphemism for overweight.
Definitions include: a person with a humongous butt.
Definitions include: a large amount of money.
Definitions include: an important person.
Definitions include: the best at something; "the man".

Other terms relating to 'rig':

Definitions include: To repair something quickly without doing it properly.
Definitions include: a makeshift repair.
Definitions include: of a repair, makeshift.
Definitions include: a cop car
Definitions include: a needle used to inject drugs.

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